Posts Tagged ‘ chain of responsibility ’

On Micro Services Architecture – Old Wine in a new Bottle?

Apr 9th, 2014 | By | Category: architecture, Featured, soa

The Micro Services Architecture has emerged as yet another old wine packaged in a spanking new bottle. Thought Works and Netflix have published this architecture to the multitude with their blogs and frameworks. People have jumped into the bandwagon and have deployed Micro Services for multiple situations. Look at this video for instance. There are […]



Flow Orchestrations

Jan 16th, 2008 | By | Category: architecture

BACKGROUND Most enterprise applications follow a layered architecture. The best practice is to layer an application as a UI layer and the Middleware layer which in turn interacts with an EIS (Enterprise Information Services) layer . When implementing Middleware services, it is common practice to use the Session Facade pattern. The simplistic version of the […]